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By Mac Hugin • July 17, 2015

I'll Take Mobile Learning for $100, Alex

Remember Watson? The supercomputer that owned Jeopardy contestants in 2011? Well word on the street is that IBM is well on it's way to engineering Watson for teachers. Pretty cool story.

Other good stories this week: we’ve been reading about making the most out of online classes and getting kids reading early and often. Plus a timely piece on training faculty for mobile learning (back to school season approaches).


Enjoy the Chalkup team's weekly edtech picks below.

Watson Beat Jeopardy - Can it Beat Teacher Burnout and Fix Education | EdSurge

Training Faculty for Mobile Learning | Campus Technology

7 Tips for Being a Successful Online Student | Edudemic

Facts and Myths About Computational Thinking in Classrooms | Edgalaxy

How Do You Get Students to Read for Pleasure? | The Learning Spy

Chrome Tips Every Teacher Should Know: Part 2 | Chalkup

21st-Century PD: Retention, Reflection, and Redistribution of Knowledge | Edutopia

Greatness is Often the Smallest of Details | Principal of Change



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